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Choir concert

The Central Lakes College fall choir concert, “On Wings of Song,” will be presented at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 17 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. This free, public concert includes performances by the CLC Chamber Singers, Cantare’ Concert Chorale, Men’s Ensemble, and Women’s Ensemble. It features a variety …

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Senators help community

This past Friday and Saturday the Staples and Brainerd Student Senate groups came together to rake and clean yards for the elderly in the Staples Community. They completed a total of 8 yards in 9 hours. This is a free service that the Student Senate seeks to provide each fall …

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Mobile internet

Central Lakes College is now MOBILE with the recent launch of the new mobile internet site: m.clcmn.edu A mobile device enables the user to access the following: – Academic/Events Calendar – CLC News and Athletics Blog – Academic Program Directory – Class Cancellations Notification – Entry for D2L and Student Gmail …

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Grand opening

Joe Plut, retired Central Lakes College English and humanities instructor, has a room named for him at Prairie Bay Restaurant, Baxter. The porch area has been remodeled into the Joe Plut Reading Room, decorated with books and paintings. The Joe Plut Reading Room grand opening is Wednesday, Nov. 16 at …

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Rose Ensemble workshop

Members of The Rose Ensemble gave a one-hour workshop today in the Central Lakes College Music Rehearsal Hall on the Brainerd campus. The group will perform “Songs of Temperance and Temptation: 100 Years of Restraint and Revelry in Minnesota” at 7 p.m., today in Chalberg Theatreas part of the Cultural …

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Exporting opportunities

Exports are an important driver of business growth, and small companies have a lot to gain by selling products and services in foreign markets. But with limited staff, finances, and expertise, owners are often hesitant to pursue international opportunities. Backed by a State Trade and Export Promotion grant from the …

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Training grant

Central Lakes College President Larry Lundblad (right) joined Dan Swenson, CEO of CentraCare Health System at Long Prairie to sign a $178,406 Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Grant through which CLC will train 279 employees at the facility. The third signer was Paul Moe, executive director of MJSP and the Workforce …

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‘Voyageur Skies’

Mark Seeley, author and climatologist, will join photographer Don Breneman to present “Voyageur Skies: Weather and the Wilderness in Minnesota’s National Park,” a free, public program, on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College. The event is sponsored …

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Italy trip meeting

An informational meeting for the next Central Lakes College travel study trip to Italy will be held Monday, Nov. 21 from 7 to 8 p.m. in room E 354 (Lecture Hall) of the Brainerd campus. The Italian Renaissance Experience, led by English and Humanities instructor Michael Soderlund, will travel to …

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Faith vs. fear

As a result of local anti-poverty initiatives, Central Lakes College speech instructor Kari Frisch is participating in a world-wide project to end hunger. She is involved with the Hunger and Agriculture Griots Project, a program designed to train passionate volunteers into powerful spokespersons in the fight against hunger. It is …

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